John Healy
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John Healy

Accident Compensation Corporation / Te Kaporeihana Āwhina Hunga Whara

Chief financial officer

  • Appointed April 2017.
  • Previously finance director of EDF Energy, one of the UK’s largest energy companies.
  • Had 11 years’ experience at a large international accounting firm, working in Wellington, Russia, Uzbekistan and the UK.
  • Full member of Chartered Accountants Australia and NZ.


Senior Manager, Assurance and Business Advisory Services
Dec 1990 - Dec 2001
EDF Energy
Group Strategy Manager, Corporate Finance Manager
Feb 2002 - Aug 2003
Caltex Australia
Corporate Finance Manager
Jan 2004 - Apr 2006
EDF Energy
Finance Director, Customers Business, B2C Finance Director
May 2006 - Nov 2016
Accident Compensation Corporation / Te Kaporeihana Āwhina Hunga Whara
Chief Financial Officer, Acting Chief Financial Officer, Head Of Finance, Head of Business Performance and Planning
Mar 2017 - Present

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